The United States is quickly becoming divided between Globalists and the Patriots. They are at total war with each other. Since they are ideologically incompatible, only one side can win. In time, all will support one side or the other. Readers are already doing so whether they are fully aware of what they support or not.
The Globalists, often called the establishment or the deep state, prefer worldwide open borders, the eventual transfer of all political power to international levels and eventually world government. National sovereignty is their enemy. The Patriots prefer freedom from excessive government, independence from any governing entity other than Congress, patriotism and, today, the Constitution as written. The choice is uncannily similar to the choice given Americans in 1776.
The Globalists, deeply embedded in our political parties and establishment media, hated the following address and consequently minimized coverage of it in their print outlets like the New York Times and the Washington Post, and in other network media. If it were heeded, it would shut down their new world order and world governance aspirations. It would spell a different foreign policy than practiced since World War II but far more in harmony with that of the Founding Fathers.
Chances are very good that readers missed important parts of what President Donald Trump told the United Nations on Sept. 25, 2018. It could be summarized in 12 words from his speech.
"We reject the ideology of globalism and accept the doctrine of patriotism," adding that, "America is governed by Americans."
Directed squarely at the globalists in the room, he effectively said, "We will keep our sovereignty and expect other nations to keep theirs as well."
He told them, "We are standing up for America and for the American people. And we are also standing up for the world. That is why America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination. I honor the right of every nation in this room to pursue its own customs, beliefs and traditions."
Then, amazingly, in total contrast with every president since World War II, he said, "The United States will not tell you how to live or work or worship. We only ask that you honor our sovereignty in return."
Trump rejected one international organization, in particular, created by the Globalists to undermine our sovereignty.
"The United States will provide no support in recognition to the International Criminal Court. As far as America is concerned, the ICC has no jurisdiction, no legitimacy and no authority. The ICC claims near-universal jurisdiction over the citizens of every country, violating all principles of justice, fairness and due process."
He then added what most Patriots wanted their government to say to the United Nations since its inception.
"We will never surrender America's sovereignty to an unelected, unaccountable, global bureaucracy."
He encouraged other nations to protect their sovereignty as well.
"Around the world, responsible nations must defend against threats to sovereignty not just from global governance but also from other new forms of coercion and domination."
Imagine what the Globalists in the room thought. The United States had been the lead founder and funder. Moreover, David Rockefeller donated the property to house the infant world government organization that, since, increasingly absorbs control over all nations of the earth. The United States is the principal reason the United Nations exists. All presidents have supported it. No president has spoken this way. Ronald Reagan alone opposed its growing power over the sovereignty of nations. He reduced U.S. funding for it from 33 percent to 25 percent. Patriots cheered the Reagan move but now want more, which Trump seems ready to give. Most want removal from the organization altogether.
Trump turned to illegal immigration and human trafficking as threats to sovereignty as well.
"The United States is also working with partners in Latin America to confront threats to sovereignty from uncontrolled migration. Tolerance for human struggling and human smuggling and trafficking is not humane. It's a horrible thing that's going on, at levels that nobody has ever seen before. It's very, very cruel."
He addressed the reason the United States refused to participate in the new UN Global Compact on Migration.
"We recognize the right of every nation in this room to set its own immigration policy in accordance with its national interests, just as we ask other countries to respect our own right to do the same -- which we are doing. That is one reason the United States will not participate in the new Global Compact on Migration. Migration should not be governed by an international body unaccountable to our own citizens."
Finally, he spoke of the foundation of freedom as being national sovereignty, which must be preserved.
"To unleash this incredible potential in our people, we must defend the foundations that make it all possible. Sovereign and independent nations are the only vehicle where freedom has ever survived, democracy has ever endured, or peace has ever prospered. And so we must protect our sovereignty and our cherished independence above all."
Trump ended, "So together, let us choose a future of patriotism, prosperity and pride. Let us choose peace and freedom over domination and defeat. And let us come here to this place to stand for our people and their nations, forever strong, forever sovereign...."
The UN, the heart of world government and globalism, never had an address like this delivered. And it is certainly the most important and significant address of 2018!
Harold W. Pease is a syndicated columnist and an expert on the United States Constitution. He has dedicated his career to studying the writings of the Founding Fathers and applying that knowledge to current events. He taught history and political science from this perspective for more than 30 years at Taft College. To read more of his weekly articles, visit LibertyUnderFire.org.Editorial on 01/09/2019
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